Welcome to Sabah Nepal
STRENGTHENING THE LIVELIHOODS
OF HOME BASED WORKERS
SABAH Nepal (SAARC Business Association of Home Based Workers) has a strong network of more than 2,500 women home based workers who are themselves members of the organization. The women home based workers own and manage the organization and are spread all over the country. The women being trained and organized in a group are able to develop crafts and food-based products.
Find about the SABAH Nepal’s textile crafts range and the special food chain conducted by the Village Cafe.
To provide a platform for home based workers to own, manage, operate and market, skills and products, enabling collective marketing5>
To develop knowledge and skills of home based workers to enable the production of high quality marketable goods and services
To optimally utilize available natural resources and indigenous skills for conversion into innovative products
To streamline the supply chain by strengthening the backward and forward linkages
To build institutional linkages and form alliances for furthering the objectives of the organization
To build a model for women empowerment by enabling them to become self-reliant through sustainable livelihood
WHERE DO WE WORK ?
Hari Devi Shrestha
Due to my poor eyesight, SABAH Nepal was able to upgrade my skills, from knitting to become a café supervisor.
Being part of the board members, I am able to raise my voice for many more members.
I am an empowered woman who can take her own decisions and support her family economically.